On Thursday, April 19, the Central Michigan Public Relations Society of America (CMPRSA) hosted the annual PACE Awards, which recognizes outstanding work from professionals in the field of communications. The MSU College of Education was awarded a Pinnacle Award for its backpack-themed 2010-2011 Annual Report, which was designed by Tony Cepak and written by Nicole Geary. The annual report, which was… Read More »
Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Athletic Director Mark Hollis welcomed College of Education Dean Donald Heller to their monthly MSU Today radio program, which is now featured on the Spartan Podcast. Their conversation focuses on critical areas such as urban education, problems facing our public education system and Heller’s vast background of experience… Read More »
Less than a month into her time as assistant professor at Michigan State University’s College of Education, Christine Greenhow has been sharing her research on social media, as pertaining to global education and policy, in high profile ways. CQ Researcher, a weekly publication on trending issues, recently featured Greenhow in their issue on Digital Media,… Read More »
Incoming Michigan State University College of Education assistant professor Christine Greenhow shared her thoughts with the Huffington Post about a new Missouri law that bans some student-teacher contact on social networking sites. “‘We know the best learning happens when teachers are able to integrate students’ career interests, passions and the skills that they develop outside of school… Read More »
2010 was an exciting year for the Michigan State University College of Education. Browse some of the most memorable moments and milestones through pictures on our new Flickr gallery! Visit Gallery.
Michigan State University’s participation in the MSNBC Education Nation broadcast about the teaching profession continued with additional news coverage featuring College of Education students on WDIV in Detroit.